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(Roma – Milan 1-2) 40-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored his 400th league goal in a victory over Jose Mourinho’s Roma. Milan tops the Italian league with Napoli.
Lofven scored his first professional goal for Malmö already on October 30, 1999 against Västra Frolunda. After 22 years, he scored his 400th league goal.
It will only take 26 minutes before Ibrahimovic makes his mark against Roma on Sunday. The Swede scored a free kick from 17 to 18 meters and managed to celebrate his 400th Serie A goal and 150th Serie A goal.
Six minutes into the second half, the robber played alone with the goalkeeper and drove the ball to the last chance, but this time he was offside.
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But just five minutes later, the visiting team awarded a penalty and Frank Kessie scored 0-2 at Stadio Olimpico.
AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez cloned her just over an hour later, picked up a second yellow card, and referee Fabio Maresca sent her into the bathroom.
Three minutes of overtime reduced Stephan El Shaarawy, but did not hold up to Jose Mourinho’s men, who had to see themselves beaten at home in dress rehearsal, before Bodo/Glimt came to visit him on Thursday for the European Cup match.
It was also the Portuguese’s first home loss in Serie A. He also previously coached Inter Milan.
Ibrahimovic made his professional debut in Malmö, Sweden before moving to Ajax in the Netherlands. Along the way, he played heavily for clubs like Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and LA Galaxy.
Now he is back in the Italian fashion capital and is a very important part in the good development of Milan in recent seasons.
Milan occupies second place in the Italian Serie A, equal in points (31) with the leaders of the league, Napoli. After them, there is a good gap between city rival Inter (24) in third, Atalanta (19) in fourth and Roma (19) in fifth. Juventus is in ninth place with 15 points.
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